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  • The return of Palestinian unilateralism

    The return of Palestinian unilateralism
    It sometimes seems as if the see-saw debate about the true intentions of Mahmoud Abbas and his Palestinian Authority has been with us for an eternity. One day, we'll be saying that Abbas is genuinely a moderate, that he really is committed to a two-...
  • How Palestinian 'lawfare' could backfire

    How Palestinian 'lawfare' could backfire
    (JTA) — When it comes to a long-term solution for our conflict with the Palestinians, there is no unanimity among Israelis. Many feel that the two-state solution is the only realistic option, while others believe that a Palestinian state would...
  • 'Casino Royale' draws more than 600 people

    More than 600 people attended the Young Leadership Division of the Greater Miami and Palm Beach/Broward Chapters of Friends of the Israel Defense Forces' recent event, "Casino Royale" at Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach. The event...
  • Menachem Begin biography to be presented

    The local community will have the opportunity to spend an evening with author and journalist Daniel Gordis on Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. as he will present his latest book, "Menachem Begin: The Battle for Israel's Soul." This book is a biography of the sixth...
  • A cynical (but maybe correct) take on Congress and Jerusalem

    On Monday the Supreme Court wrestled with a case that had it all: foreign policy, constitutional history and a 12-year-old petitioner, Menachem B. Zivotofsky, a U.S. citizen born in Jerusalem who wants his passport to list his birthplace as Israel....
  • Supreme Court appears sharply split on Jerusalem passport issue

    The Supreme Court justices sounded sharply and closely split Monday over whether the president or Congress has the power to decide whether passports of American children born in Jerusalem may be stamped with “Israel.” The outcome could...
  • No time for quarrels between US and Israel

    The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Monday, Nov. 3: Last week's unfortunate outburst of name-calling between the White House and the prime minister's office in Israel doesn't speak well for either President Obama or Prime Minister...
  • Israeli professor discusses Palestinian conflict

    Israeli professor discusses Palestinian conflict
    Professor Arieh Saposnik — a historian of Zionism and Jewish nationalism who is an associate professor at the Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism at Ben-Gurion University (BGU) of the Negev (Beersheba, Israel) —...
  • This power lies with the president, not Congress

    On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on what may seem like a minor issue: whether a 12-year-old boy named Menachem Zivotofsky can insist that his U.S. passport identify his birthplace as "Jerusalem, Israel." But the case involves issues of...
  • Community to commemorate Night of Broken Glass

    Community to commemorate Night of Broken Glass
    Kristallnacht signaled the beginning of the Holocaust. On the nights of Nov. 9-10, 1938, more than 1,400 Jewish-owned shops and synagogues in Germany and Austria were destroyed and set on fire as the streets were also filled with shattered glass....
  • Supreme Court tackles thorny passport issue over Jerusalem

    WASHINGTON A clearly divided Supreme Court on Monday stepped into the political minefield that is Jerusalem, in a case pitting Congress against presidents of both parties. With Mideast tensions escalating, justices seemed split about whether Congress can...